Home Grown Kindness

January 29th, 2012

1-29-12Starting off the day at the Encinitas Firehouse because of the hospitality and generosity of the firefighters and Captain John Adams, allowing me to spend the night and get a fresh start to this day. Many plans were on tap today,  I was hoping to get as many miles and views of The Kindness Bicycle as possible. My first stop was the Farmer’s Market which provided a captive audience of families. It was the perfect venue for my message as The Kindness Bicycle was parked at the main entrance for all to see.
I headed south by bicycle through two coastal communities, Cardiff-by-the-Sea and Solana Beach. All three towns I was in today were packed with people everywhere, all of them out enjoying the perfect beach weather.
Josh and Cassandra who are from my home state of Ohio, now live in southern California in the Solana Beach area were stopped dead in their tracks when they caught sight of The Kindness Bicycle. Cassandra is a teacher in the school district here and says, “If you can reach 1,000 children in your life….” I love it! What a perfect person to be a teacher to young people in this world.
We are getting down to the wire for One Million Acts Of Kindness Week. Please let everyone you know about this very important week.

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